If we didn’t understand the implications of the moment, or if we didn’t view them as monumental, they would pass as any other of millions of events we live through.
The Israeli shekel has weakened against the US dollar and other foreign currencies.
The new banknote bears a portrait of poet Nathan Alterman, replacing the red banknote that carries a picture of former President Zalman Shajar.
The shekel-dollar rate plummeted to 3.92 Thursday afternoon after the Bank of Israel announced it is leaving the interest rate unchanged next month.
How low can you get? The shekel-dollar rate sank to a 28-month low Tuesday, and a dollar now is worth only a tad more...
The American dollar’s worldwide weakness helped drive down the shekel-dollar rate to below 3.53 shekels to the dollar Thursday, the lowest level since September...
We would see a massive transfer of wealth away from the banks and the government and the stock market and real estate which will all crash and back to the wage earning middle class who would then be earning gold.
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